31 Annotations | Creative & Editing Services
Hey there! I’m Ann. I’m a writer, editor, translator, mentor, and intuitive. I’ve been studying the craft of writing for most of my life, and I’ve spent the past two decades exploring the practices of astrology and Tarot.
Over time, I’ve come to realize how helpful these practices are in supporting my creative writing. Exploring your inner landscape can powerfully strengthen your external voice. So in addition to the standard editorial services that I love to provide, I now offer support services of Tarot and astrological readings to writers and other creative folk.
You can sign up for the free 31 Annotations newsletter, and get an email about every two weeks that provides writing prompts, revision prompts, astrological notes, a Tarot reading (and spread ideas, if you’re a reader yourself), craft reflections, and more. It could include suggestions for crystal allies and lunar altars, or links to a favorite work of art, song, or recipe, or any number of other things. Safe to say it’s a miscellany, reflective of my own eclectic and ever-learning mind; I hope among the annotations you’ll find some prompts, questions, and ideas that resonate with you and support your work.
If you have a special project you’re undertaking, find yourself facing an obstacle, or simply want to delve deeper into Tarot or astrology, you can book a reading with me. I offer readings in person, via video chat or phone, and by email, starting at $15. For a limited time, if you sign up for my newsletter, you’ll get a free three-card reading via email. What have you got to lose?!
And of course, if astrology or Tarot aren’t your thing, but you need a damn good editor, proofreader, or writing coach, I’ve got your back. 🙂 Editing and proofreading bring me tremendous joy—and with my background in non-profit management, I have a lot of strategic planning experience that dovetails nicely with bringing creative projects to life. Email me about the support you need, and I’ll be glad to send you a quote.
One more thing: what I’ve learned, and I keep realizing anew, is that having all the answers isn’t the goal. Learning how to ask questions is what keeps us growing, evolving, thriving. Maybe some of my questions will be useful to you, or help you find your own urgent questions to open up your path. I hope so. Let’s explore.